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Jo and I are from Tasmania so here is a film all about Tasmania and the attractions and experiences you can have here – we know there are travel restrictions for getting here at the moment but locals and some Australians can enjoy visiting:


A journey to Tasmania is a great chance to disconnect.
from stress and reconnect with the things that matter.
We are all working in unusual circumstances and although this year we were unable to deliver our much sought after TasTalk trade event in its standard
format, we know you need to connect with Tasmanian tourism operators.
So, with the support of the amazing Tasmanian tourism operators and Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC), we have brought the TasTalk trade event experience
to you!
This is TasTalk…The Movie, an opportunity for you to listen and connect with Tasmanians. Featuring the stars of our tourism industry, this movie is like
no other you have never seen before.
One of the joys of travelling in Tasmania is not just the chance to taste produce straight from the farm and ocean, but the ease of meeting the makers
at cellar doors, farm gates, and local markets. And with four distinct seasons, there’s always something new to see, taste, and feel. TasTalk…The Movie
speaks to all of this and more.
Tasmania is a place for adventure, however, you define it. Whether the view is from the privacy of a hot tub in a forest, or from a kayak for two, or fireside
with Tassie whisky and friends, the world looks different from Tasmania.
We can’t wait for you and your clients to visit our island when the time is right, but while we wait, sit back and enjoy TasTalk…The Movie.
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes






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  • #10569

    I’ll be sharing this

    Excellent show case. I live in Tasmania & I learned a lot. Fantastic pix, welcoming presentation, lots of diversity in attractions. Definitely sharing this with the north islanders 🙂

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  • #10570

    Thanks for dopping in

    Hi David.

    Thanks for dropping by. We also have another site solely on Tasmania, moving to Tasmania and living in Tasmania:
    Moving To Tasmania and Living In Tasmania

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